We are close by to some super beaches and coastal footpaths which are wheelchair freindly, if you have any specific requests or would like some first hand knowledge about any near by attractions and accessibilty please give us a call on 01237 238967 or email us [email protected]
We are very proud that we invest heavily into team training, anyone who answers the phone will have had recent TFA training, and if we dont know the answer to your query we will find out. We are also able to offer, subject to availability, a private ferry around the grounds to make the most of our stunning cliff top location by use of our mule. Pictured above are a couple who enjoyed a lovely sunset picnic thanks to our team being available to drive them to the lookout in the mule, which would have otherwise been inaccessible with a wheelchair.
Westward Ho! Beach facilities include disabled access, toilets (including disabled), easy access refreshments and lifeguard cover during the summer months.
Exmoor National Park A Tramper electric wheelchair is available to hire to explore sections of the stunning north Exmoor coast.
Ilfracombe Tunnels Beaches Beach facilities include disabled access, toilets (including disabled), refreshments and lifeguard cover during the summer months.
Saunton Beach Easy Disabled Access. Toilets and Showers with disabled facilities including the new Landeez, the all-terrain and beach wheelchair available for hire. Sand is very soft sand at entrance making wheelchair access difficult.
Croyde Bay Easy Disabled Access. However sand very soft sand at entrance making wheelchair access difficult.
Combe Martin A great beach for families with loads to keep the kids entertained. Shingle at the top with sand closer to the water for building sand castles, rockpools to explore plus easy disabled access.
Woolacombe. Ideal beach with broad golden sand and safe swimming. Easy disabled access from lower car parks
The Tarka Trail
Shared usage part of the trail runs from Braunton to Meeth and is suitable for wheelchairs with easy access at many locations along the route.
The local AONB have worked hard to produce a range of very informative information on accessible tourism, local walks and cycle routes, please click here for more info.
Thank you to TFA for the use of your image on this page, for more info on Tourism For All please click here.